Quantic Dream drop Playstation exclusivity according to David CagePlatforms: Sony PlayStation 4 | Sony PlayStation 5 | Microsoft Xbox One | Project Scarlett | PC
While we've known that Quantic Dream is bringing its games to the PC for a while - everything from Heavy Rain to Detroit Become Human are already slated or released on the platform and now studio founder David Cage has made it clear that exclusivity is a thing of the past.
In an interview with DualShockers Cage expressed a desire for the studio to become a 'publishing boutique' and that their games will no longer be "exclusive to any platform anymore". This isn't a recent decision and Cage admits that he wanted the studio to become platform agnostic years before Detroit: Become Human was released. Cage went on to say "after having worked exclusively with PlayStation for 12 years, we thought it was the right time for us to put our money where our mouth is."
Quantic Dreams games are very much playable interactive novels that offer a huge amount of depth and a stunning graphical sheen.
While this doesn't suggest that the studios existing games are coming to an Xbox One near you any time soon, it is now a lot more likely that we'll be seeing new Quantic Dream games hitting the next generation Xbox Scarlett alongside the Playstation 5 in a few years time.